Seeing isn't believing, believing is seeing. You wouldn't believe the things you miss seeing, when you're searching for something else.
Jackson Greene was the dark. If there was a place in the world where all of the light had been sucked out of, Jackson Greene would be what was left standing. Charlotte Lyons had let Jackson Greene take all of the light from her world and after his mysterious disappearance and her near death experience she worries that she will spend the rest of her life trying to find the light again. Enter Vance Wait, the mysterious yet intriguing man who pulls Charlotte from the darkness of the shadows of her past and out of the world she has spent years hiding in. As Charlotte attempts to rebuild her life and learns what it is like to let someone new in, she finds that the things she thought were gone are hiding just out of her line of sight. The lingering thought that she should always look over her shoulder is like a burn that will never fade. Where Jackson is the flame still inflicting the wounds, unbeknownst to Charlotte, Vance is the gasoline used to ignite those flames. Sometimes the things we think we see are mirages, hallucinations even. Our imagination is usually what haunts us, more than the actual vision our eyes process. It’s the things we don’t see, the things that we feel but cannot ever point out, that are the real threats in our lives. Seeing isn’t believing, believing is seeing. You wouldn’t believe the things you miss seeing, when you’re searching for something else.